We have the great engineering minds at MIT to thank for this improvement in the quality of life of diners:
I want this for peanut butter containers!
Now if they could just team this up with the green, purple or blue ketchup of 10 years ago. ;-)
Carly Simon has a legal team on this. She may be one of America's sweat hearts but she is also one of the early breed to sell out their music for ketchup.
We stand our ketchup and mustard upside down.
I prefer the glass bottle and the butter knife trick
I suspect that ketchup makers have long enjoyed the high frequency of our repurchase of their product because we can't get the last 10% out of the bottle. Recyclers, on the other hand, will like the slippery containers.
I Just watched a segment on this and read your link and thought it is a great invention.
Just thinking out loud do you think an additive or chemical added to the bottle versus the condiment is less or more likely to be scrutinized?
But wont that make too much condiment come out of the bottle? Heinz can sell much more that way!
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